The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here – Ironlak’s flagship Brisbane store will be hosting Surface Tension, its first exhibition in the space.
Surface Tension is a group exhibition featuring works created with Ironlak paints and art supplies on canvas, bringing together artists who practice their craft as a result of a non-traditional path towards their creative practice.
Artists featured as a part of Surface Tension include Sofles, Anthony Lister, Emmanuel Moore, Piano, Jess Cochrane, Spenceroni, Leans, Phibs, Shida, Mimi, Elana Mullaly, Kab101, Vans the Omega, Daek William, Brontë Naylor, Cherie Buttons and Ian McCallum.
The Queen Street store opened in November and is Ironlak Art & Design’s second flagship store. It is a continuation of their new breed of bricks and mortar retail for artists. The fit out is inspired by Japanese housing, with pops of colour throughout the black interior. The store is brought to life with art on the walls by Vans the Omega and Sofles.
Surface Tension will celebrate its opening night on Friday March 17 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm and will run until Sunday April 16. Following this, the exhibition will make its way to the Sydney store.